Category Archives: Philosophical

Roycroft, Hubbard & Garcia

A fellow blogger, who I have just recently met, informed me that he lived in the Roycroft District. Not knowing what that meant I looked it up; as you just did or are about to do. One thing lead to … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: A Pretty Girl (Post III)

The sad man who had just finished his sobbing continued sitting on a log. I offered him a cigarette. We finished our smokes in silence. Finally he spoke. “When I was a young man I loved the mountain streams and … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: On a Foggy Day (Post II)

POST II We had met on a misty and foggy day in the dark hemlock forest. He started to explain his lost thought but immediately broke down into tears. I quickly offered an apology. “I’m sorry. I just did not … Continue reading

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THE MAN WHO LOST A THOUGHT: Introduction

Hi, I posted this story  on Zuckerberg’s 401K  (FB) last year. My apologies if you have read it before. It will be posted here as a series – – – one piece at a time. Otherwise you would not finish reading it. No one … Continue reading

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ECHO AND REFLECTION

  Existentialism appears to be the search for the story about “self.” The best read philosophical authors, whether academic or popular, always write about the way “beings” fit into the world. Yes, they write about the “other” but it was … Continue reading

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MADMAN TOO (TWO)

A one act play in three scenes. This play is based on Nietzsche’s “Madman” within his “Gay Science.” My apologies to Nietzsche and my thanks to Walter Kaufmann, translator, “The Portable Nietzsche”, Viking Press, 1954. ****************** Set requirements A three-sided … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM ISLANDS OF NOTHINGNESS

  There is something odd when deemed essential, To know “Being and Time” is quite consequential, When “Fear and Trembling” is a definite requisite, To understand that faith and logic are quite the opposite, When Nietzsche is the norm, I … Continue reading

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